God in the Storm

By Marc Maillefer, Foreword by R. Kent Hughes

God in the Storm

Format: Paperback

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God in the Storm

By Marc Maillefer, Foreword by R. Kent Hughes

Our lives can change in an instant.

A late-night phone call bears tragic news. A doctor's appointment reveals grave test results. Suddenly, with blinding force, storms of suffering and sadness slam into us, knocking us to the ground and leaving us questioning God.

Pastor Marc Maillefer draws from biblical wisdom, his own life, and his pastoral experience to provide vivid illustrations and applications of the life of the suffering saint. He reminds us of God's compassionate, merciful sovereignty, and assures us that during our storms, God is still with us, provides for us, and has a purpose for us.


Author:

Marc Maillefer is senior pastor of Door Creek Church in Madison, Wisconsin. He received a BA in Biblical Studies from Bethel College, and a M. Div. and D. Min. from Trinity Seminary. Maillefer and his wife, Lori, have five children.


Endorsements:

"This is a wonderful book which I warmly recommend. Take its helpful medicine and it will calm many a storm!"
Wallace Benn, Bishop of Lewes and President, Church of England Evangelical Council

"The thoughts and stories in this truly pastoral book give fresh luster to the precious truth that our God is indeed with his people in trouble."
J. I. Packer, Board of Governors' Professor of Theology, Regent College

"Marc Maillefer writes from deeply personal and pastoral experience, informed by the Scripture's strong and comforting truths about God's sovereign purpose and care for his people."
Niel Nielson, President, Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, GA

"I was helped personally by a fresh realization that God has a purpose for the storms in our lives."
Kenneth N. Taylor, Chairman of the Board, Tyndale House


Specifications:

Format: Paperback
Case Quantity: 10
Page Count: 112
ISBN-10: 1-58134-648-4
ISBN-13: 978-1-58134-648-0
Size: 5.25 in x 8.0 in
Weight: 4.5 ounces
Published: February 28, 2005